петък, 19 юли 2013 г.

German Chart Comments - Issue Date 19.07

It took only three weeks for Avicii's "Wake Me Up" to climb to the number one slot in Germany as the song rises two and replaces Cro's "Whatever" there. After a week at #1, the panda rapper is down to three, while Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" is still at #2.
Lyric Video - Avicii
Video - Cro
Video - Robin Thicke 

One of the most surprising hits in Germany this summer, "La La La" by Naughty Boy and Sam Smith advances four and is now at #5, while Fergie's "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)" makes it (also surprisingly) inside the top ten as it climbs six positions to #10. As a solo singer Fergie has been in the top ten twice so far, last with "Big Girls Don’t Cry" (peak #6) in 2007. 
Video - Naughty Boy
Lyric Video  - Fergie

Somewhat unexpectedly, the biggest new hit of the week comes from Jessie J and her comeback single "Wild". The song debuts at #12 and marks the third time the British singer has appeared inside the top 20. Her biggest hit remains "Price Tag", which peaked at #3. She also provided guest vocals to James Morrison's #19-song "Up".

Up four to #19, Bruno Mars' "Treasure" enters the top 20, becoming the second single from his sophomore album to do so ("Locked Out of Heaven" peaked at #7 and "When I Was Your Man" at #23). This is Mars' seventh (out of eight) singles to reach the top 20 in country.

Video - Bruno Mars    

After entering the top 100 at #24 last week, Martin Solveig & The Cataracs (with the help of someone called Kyle) move two to #22.

 Further down the list, there are new peaks by Alex Hupburn's "Under" at #34 and Jason Derulo's "The Other Side" at #35 as the two songs move up by one position. In his second week, John Newman climbs seven to #36 with "Love Me Again".
Video - Ales Hepburn
Video - Jason Derulo
Video - John Newman

Hip-hop duo Genetikk have reversed the downward trend and this week "Liebs oder lass es" recoups eight to #37. New at #38 is the new single of Jay-Z, with the support of Justin Timberlake. Though with little promotion, "Holy Grail" becomes the eight single of the US star as a lead artist in Germany's top 50. Last he was in the countdown with "Empire State of Mind", which peaked at #11 in 2009.
Audio - Genetikk
Audio - JayZ

At #43 Major Lazer is on the way to have its (or better his) proper hit as "Watch Out For This (Bumaye)" soars from #84. Major Lazer has been in the chart
so far with only "Get Free", which reached #73.

Fifteen years after her number one "Bailando", Loona continues to make, albeit minor hits, and is back this week with "Rakatakata (Un Rayo De Sol)" at #47. Two years ago her "El Tiburón" reached #43.

"We Can't Stop", the comeback single of the "new" Miley Cyrus, makes it this week inside the top 50 as it moves up eight places to #48. It's the sixth single of Miley to enter the top 50. Last she was in the chart with "Who Owns My Heart", peak #24, in 2010.


And last, Canada-living rapper Massari marks his debut in the German charts as "Habibi (Brand New Day)" can be found new at #49.

And the other new entries this week:

59. Cro - Wie Du 
61. Kraddy - Android Porn 

87. Mighty Oaks - Just One Day 

90. Philipp Poisel - Als gäb's kein Morgen mehr 

The Album Chart

In the album chart Austrian rapper RAF 3.0 takes the lead with "Hoch 2", which beats the #7 peak of his first album "RAF 3.0", while his German colleague MC Fitti brings his debut album "#Geilon" at #2. Santiano's "Mit den Gezeiten" is still at #3, while the new version of Cro's "Raop" has triggered the combined sales and the album skyrockets from #68 to #6.

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